Eagle-Eyed ARMYs Spot BTS’s Jin Putting His Own Twist On The “Run BTS” Choreography

ARMYs believe they know why he made the adorable change.

BTS recently released the dance practice video for “Run BTS,” which we’ve all been eagerly waiting for, and ARMYs have been taking in every second of the video.

(From left to right) BTS’s RM, V, Jimin, Jungkook, Jin, Suga, and J-Hope | @bts_bighit/Twitter

Since “Run BTS” was released on BTS’s anthology album, PROOF, fans have been hoping to see the choreography and got exactly what they wished for during the group’s Yet To Come In Busan concert on October 15, 2022.

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On November 13 KST, the group officially released their dance practice video, showing the group giving their practice as much energy as their performance in Busan to over 50,000 people at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium and 50 million+ people live streaming the once-in-a-lifetime event.

BTS’s “Yet to Come” concert in Busan | @bts_bighit/Twitter

Now, fans can take a closer look at the incredible choreography by Sienna Lalau, who, at 21 years old, has worked with some of the world’s biggest stars, from BTS to Justin BieberCiara, and Jennifer Lopez

BTS performing “ON,” which was also choreographed by Sienna Lalau | BANGTANTV/YouTube

The dance practice gave fans iconic moments from BTS RM‘s commanding presence at the center…

…to J-Hope‘s effortless embodiment of the choreography…

Suga‘s confidence and charisma when he performs…

Jimin‘s flawless dancing and “nevermind” tattoo reveal…

V looking like he’s having the time of his life while immersing himself in the performance…

… to Jungkook’s iconic footwork with Jimin, all moments that made ARMYs want to watch the video again and again.

BTS’s Jin also stood out in the video. Jin expertly removed a fallen bandana from the floor, preventing a potential accident while making it look like part of the choreography.

Fans took notice of another modification Jin made to the choreography. During the last chorus, the members lightly tap their faces with an open hand. While six members followed along with the intended move, Jin hilariously opted to tap his pointer fingers against his face instead.

The video pointing out the difference gained more than 586,000 views in less than 24 hours and over 62,000 likes on the Tweet.

ARMYs pointed out that Jin doesn’t like his face being touched, which was likely the reason he opted to adorably poke his face instead. Fans also noted that he made the same modification at the Yet To Come In Busan concert.

Check out the article below for more on Jin’s expert save during the dance practice video!

BTS’s Jin Earns Praise For The Professional Way He Prevented A Fall During “Run BTS” Dance Practice Video

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